Bachelor of Science in Interior Architecture
Interior Architecture is a fast-moving discipline that aims to improve our experience of many different places, from the home to retail and commercial environments, exhibition spaces and places of leisure and hospitality. This program will provide to students with an in-depth education that will help them to develop the creativity, knowledge and skills necessary for working as an interior designer. The program combines aesthetics and technology such as computer aided design (CAD) and 3-D computer modeling to help you create amazing indoor spaces. The program has 136 credit hours which can be divided into six sub parts as university requirements, general education requirements, college requirements, department requirements, program requirements, and electives requirements. The program has 135 credit hours which can be divided into six sub parts as university requirements, general education requirements, college requirements, department requirements, program requirements, and electives requirements.
Student will learn to prepare a comprehensive program for an interior design project including assessment of client and user needs and critical review of appropriate precedents, as well as technical elements such as an inventory of space requirements, analysis of site conditions, review of relevant codes, laws and standards, and creatively integrating lighting, color schemes, furniture, safety provisions and the principles of sustainability.
Both private sector and public agencies seek interior designers for a variety of professional positions. Many work for engineering and architecture consulting firms or construction companies as interior designers and interior project managers. Graduates are equally prepared to pursue M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in allied fields of architecture and design. Graduates of this program have gone on to work in a wide range of companies that are specified in decoration and internal coordination of architectural spaces.
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